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Freunde von Freunden — Annett Kuhlmann — Florist and Photographer, Apartment & Shop, Prenzlauer Berg and Mitte, Berlin — http://www.freundevonfreunden.com/interviews/annett-kuhlmann/

Annett Kuhlmann

Mirrored pedestals framing the doorway to the sun room?

Banana Leaves | Jonathan Lo #whpthroughthetrees

Botanical Beauty :: Plants :: Cacti :: Nature :: Free your Wild :: See more Untamed Garden Decor + Style Inspiration

Green Plants, Succulent Plants, Carnival, Love, Plants

We've finally found a solution for people who love houseplants, but don't love when their feline roommates treat the fiddle leaf fig like their own personal litter box. Here are 15 herbs and houseplants that can grow hydroponically, meaning they can survive without potting soil, in just a vase full of water. Not only is this dirt-free method pet-friendly and low-maintenance, but it also happens to produce some stunning arrangements.

The No-Soil, Zero-Maintenance Method for Growing Houseplants

Indoor hydroponic gardening and rooting plants in water is the latest trend in green decor: ever tried it at home?

Flowers

Craspedia succulents Wedding Boutonnieres

Craspedia boutonnieres paired with green safflower, decorative wiring and a “pop” of orange finishings.

An Expert Floral Designer Shares Her Arranging Secrets Ariella Chezar shows us how to create seasonal displays step by step in her new book

Gorgeous Flower Arrangement Ideas from an Expert Floral Designer

Floral designer Ariella Chezar likes to create tonal arrangements with a limited palette. Here, stems of vibrant blue delphiniums fade from deep cobalt to pale robin’s egg.

Harvest by Asif Khan- Table into planter? Use legs & a frame w/ wire & peat moss. Add lightweight soil & plants.

Harvest by Asif Khan

Harvest by Asif Khan. London designer Asif Khan has produced an installation of chairs and tables made of freeze-dried flowers as part of the Designers in Residence program at the Design Museum London.

Home Plants

Green Thumb: The Easiest Indoor Plants. Rubber tree: Bright, indirect sunlight is best for these trees, so place them next to a window that has blinds, shutters or sheer curtains. And allow the soil to dry slightly in between watering.